I don’t keep myself updated with the latest events so I am really out of touch with what’s going on around me. Recently, a friend shared on Facebook that Singapore Philatelic Museum currently has an ongoing exhibition about Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince so I decided to check it out.
It has been 3 months since this exhibition started and it will continue until 17 March 2019.
We arrived at around 2pm on a Monday afternoon and were quite surprised to see we weren’t the only ones around. The exhibits are spread out over different halls so there was plenty of space to move and take pictures despite the presence of other guests.
There are plenty of sculptures, art collections and props on display, and one of the halls feature a huge standing prince to take photos with.
I had my phone held up like this because I was accessing the remote shutter to snap this photo via my Canon G7X II which is a great camera by the way. I’ve had it for almost 2 months now and I would recommend it if you’re just looking for a simple point and shoot camera.
It’ll take about an hour to finish touring the various halls inside this double-storey museum located just beside the Registry of Marriages. The museum opens at 10am and admission is free to all Singaporeans and PRs.